Leasing has officially kicked off at The Hazel, a new rental property at 89 Monitor Street in Jersey City‘s Bergen-Lafayette neighborhood. Designed by Fogarty Finger Architecture and developed by Alpine Residential and FieldsGrade, the six-story property comprises 114 apartments and a collection of health, wellness, and lifestyle amenities.
The Hazel is located within a vibrant business corridor with emerging restaurants, bars, local retail, and landscaped public green spaces. Studio apartments are now available starting at $2,290 per month up to more than $4,000 for a two-bedroom home.
“This neighborhood continues to attract new residents who see it as an appealing alternative to the towering high-rises and congestion of downtown Jersey City,” said Bill Rosato, managing partner of Alpine Residential. “Liberty State Park, with its more than 1,200 acres of public open space and a waterfront walkway, and Berry Lane Park offer a green oasis for relaxation, recreation, and peace of mind, while an ever-growing list of places to eat, drink, and shop bolster the area’s unique vibe.”
The Hazel features an understated gray brick façade with floor-to-ceiling windows and green accents. Each home is outfitted with fixtures and appliances, washer-dryers, smart lock entries, and nine-foot ceiling spans.
Amenity spaces include on-site concierge services, co-working space, a library with a fireplace, a fitness center, a demonstration kitchen, and a rooftop terrace with barbecues. The building also offers a Sky Lounge, a package room, bike storage, and an enclosed parking garage with electric vehicle charging stations and on-site electric scooters.
The property also houses a small ground-floor retail space whose tenant has not yet been revealed.
“The Hazel offers an elevated lifestyle experience for residents who recognize the authentic character and convenience of this burgeoning neighborhood,” said Jacqueline Urgo, president of The Marketing Directors, The Hazel’s exclusive leasing and marketing agent. “We expect this new offering to quickly resonate with the public and become the signature address in Bergen-Lafayette.”
Initial occupancy is scheduled for February 15.